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ACTION OFFICER LOGISTICS COURSE

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703.805.4904

AOLC Course Intro
AOLC Purpose
The Action Officer Logistic Course is designed to educate and train DCS G-4 military logisticians, civilian counterparts, and other organizations as needed on the staffs of the Army Staff/Secretariat, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Defense Logistics Agency and Army Materiel Command. This course focuses on theLogistics Strategic Planning Guidance and provides an understanding of current logistics agencies, their goals, policies, processes and systems to prepare the student to execute and manage logistics staff officer functions.
AOLC Scope
This course addresses the logistics staff processes from translation of requirements to Army logistics goals through development of plans, programs and acquisition of Army materiel. Students will learn the functional requirements of logistics planning and execution methodologies; integration; use of logistics processes; and the relationship between the various logistics agencies and proponents in a transforming Army.
AOLC Prerequisites
This one week course is designed for up to 48 Army officers (MAJ through COL) and Civilian personnel (GS12 through GM15) assigned to Army Staff/Secretariat, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Staff, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Army Materiel Command (AMC) and CASCOM in designated staff positions; other personnel (e.g. CPT and GS-11) may be admitted on a case-by-case basis. Attendees are scheduled by the Army G-4, Directorate for Strategy and Integration. All ARSTAFF can attend based on availability on a case-by-case basis. Point of contact is Mr. Skip Williams 703-614-1144.
AOLC Director
Director
Mr. Paul Melody
AOLC Course Director
Comm
703.805.5926
DSN
655.5926
AOLC Enrollment Procedures
  • This course is designed for an optimal of 42 students and a maximum of 48 students per class.
  • Army G-4 sponsors the course for personnel assigned to staff positions within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Army Secretariat, Army Staff, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Army Materiel Command (AMC) and CASCOM.
  • Course is designed for Majors through Colonels, and Civilian personnel (GS-12 through GS-15).
  • Course and materials only are centrally funded through the ODCS G-4.
  • Attendees are scheduled by the Army G-45/7, Strategy and Integration Directorate.
  • Point of contact is Mr. Skip Williams 703-614-1144.
AOLC Billeting
Billeting: All AFMS students in a TDY status will report to post billeting located in Knadle Hall (building 470) 9775 Gaillard Road Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Fort Belvoir billeting is operated by the IHG Army Hotels (https://www.ihgarmyhotels.com). Fort Belvoir Billeting (Knadle Hall) contact telephone information is:

  Reservations (703) 704-8600
  Customer Service (703) 704-8700
  Front Desk (703) 704-8300
  Manager (703) 704-8000
  Knadle Hall (703) 704-8300

Uniform: The duty uniform for all AFMS courses is: Military personnel will wear the Army Combat Uniform (ACUs); the civilian duty uniform is business casual. AFMS students visiting the Pentagon or other sites within the National Capitol Region (NCR) will wear the class “A’ or “B” Army Service Uniform (ASU).

AOLC Course Dates
FY 2020
ID START DATE END DATE DESCRIPTION
001 4/20/2020 4/24/2020  
002 9/21/2019 9/25/2019  
FY 2021
ID START DATE END DATE DESCRIPTION
001 4/19/2021 4/23/2021  
002 9/20/2021 9/24/2021